5 Effective Ways to Draw Visitors Into Your Blog: Our Guide

Alan
December 22, 2020

In the digital marketing and business world, no one can't deny the power and influence that a blog has. Not only does it add value to your business website, but it also resonates well with your target market. By producing and posting pieces of content on your blog, you'll be able to appeal to your target visitors and cater to their needs. If you do this consistently, it will translate into sales conversion and customer loyalty in the long run!

However, keep in mind that you have to make it right so that your blog will work wonders for your business. Fret not, as we've rounded up five effective tips to draw visitors into your blog:

1. Have a memorable blog name

Did you know that something as simple as a blog name can make or break your business? While a complex name will confuse users, a simple yet compelling one will make them remember your blog and even your business. Of course, the latter is what you hope to achieve, as you want visitors to quickly recognize your name so that they'll revisit your site and continue to do business with you!

2. Be personable and have a character

Remember that a blog isn't just an online entity that takes space in the digital world––there's more to it than you might expect. A blog is essentially an online representation of your business and a means to reach out to your target consumers. For this reason, you must personalize it and create a good character out of it. By doing so, it will resonate well with your audience that can translate into business profitability in the long run.

3. Include calls-to-action (CTAs)

Effective CTAs are powerful in any blog. For the uninitiated, they are lines of text, images, or icons that prompt visitors, leads, and customers to take a desired action, where you can incorporate them at the bottom of your blog post or somewhere on the web page. Whether you direct your visitors to the product page, recommend them to sign up for a newsletter, or advise them to avail of your services, CTAs will make a world of difference in generating leads and boosting your sales.

4. Produce valuable and relevant content pieces

When it comes to content creation and publishing, there are two key aspects—value and relevance. As much as possible, you have to ensure your target consumers find value in what you're publishing. Whether it's an article about DIY plumbing work or infographics about facts and figures in your industry, these pieces of content will make a difference in your customers' lives. Furthermore, you will want to ensure that your published pieces are relevant to your customers' needs so that they won’t find help from a competitor instead.

5. Have consistency in your content publication

Once you focus on producing valuable content pieces, you must then post them, whether weekly, monthly or during special offerings like a new product launch or a promo/discount. Ultimately, doing so is a great way to set your visitors' expectations so that they'll always anticipate new content pieces and visit your blog regularly.

Conclusion

At this point, you now have a broader idea of how to boost your blog for your business advantage. All it takes is to have a memorable blog name, be personable, have a character, capture contacts, reach out to them, produce valuable and relevant content pieces, and have consistency in your content publication. With all these key steps, you'll ensure you'll drive more and more customers into your blog, kicking your business up a notch!

We're a full-service digital marketing agency in Burlington, ON, providing digital solutions and services such as SEO, PPC, content marketing, and web design. If you want to boost your content marketing for your blog to drive more visitors, get in touch with us today to see how we can help!

Originally posted on December 22, 2020
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